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Peru & Bolivia Amused Us With The Most Unique Hats

Peru & Bolivia Amused Us With The Most Unique Hats

What really sticks out, particularly in Peru, are the amazingly colourful and strange-looking hats people like to wear. When you look more closely, you will notice that the style of these unique hats often changes from one region to the next. As a matter of fact,...
It’s Brazil, Baby!

It’s Brazil, Baby!

You like beaches? Brazil’s got trillions. You like jungle? They’ve got the world’s biggest. You like mountains and caves? Yup, they’ve got those. Waterfalls? Tick. Deserts and dunes? Err… yes. Wildlife? Yah, plenty dat too. And of course, the football… many shed-loads...
Little Falls, Big Falls

Little Falls, Big Falls

Argentina has its finger stuck between Paraguay and Brazil. Yes, really! Look on the map… there’s long, narrow, finger-like, sticky-up bit in the far north-east of Argentina: Misiones province. We crossed into Argentina from Paraguay at the bottom of the finger...
Paraguay

Paraguay

The Chaco… a chuffing big, flat plain stretching east from the Andes. Covering eastern Bolivia, north-east Argentina, a bit of south-west Brazil and much of Paraguay… it’s big. After the descent from the Bolivian altiplano, it’s a long, long, straight road reaching...
Bolivia: Celebrities and Wine

Bolivia: Celebrities and Wine

In the Andes at over 4,000m again… a bit of re-acclimatisation is required. We interrupted the sequence of our blogs slightly for our ‘Dakar Special’ when we had a tougher than expected challenge to catch the Rally in Bolivia. So now please humour our ‘time-warp’ as...
The Dakar

The Dakar

No, we haven’t just upped-sticks and shipped to Africa, we’re in Bolivia for the world famous Dakar Rally 2017. After a load of security shenanigans in West Africa, the rally formerly known as ‘Paris-Dakar’ was shifted to South America where it’s affectionately known...
How it Feels to Be a Tourist Cow in Bolivia

How it Feels to Be a Tourist Cow in Bolivia

“The tourist is like a cow. You milk it until it’s dry!” When Yasha stayed in Nepal in the 80s, the then Nepalese king was famously quoted as having given this advice to his citizens. It could apply equally to some policies enforced by Bolivia’s Evo...
Along the Way See Bolivia’s World Heritage

Along the Way See Bolivia’s World Heritage

After experiencing the wonders of the diverse World Heritage sites of Brazil , we made sure to check out those on offer when we travelled on from Brazil to Bolivia. Bolivia has 7 UNESCO World Heritage listed sites: 6 of them are cultural sites, 1 a natural site. We...
Piranha vissen in Bolivia

Piranha vissen in Bolivia

Terwijl wij de laatste voorbereidingen treffen, schuift onze gastvrouw de toegangspoort open. Helm op, handschoenen aan, zonnebril erbij, we zijn klaar voor vertrek. We starten de motoren, zwaaien gedag en mengen ons in het drukke verkeer van Santa Cruz de la Sierra....
How we Crossed a Border with no Border Crossing

How we Crossed a Border with no Border Crossing

In this post you’ll learn how we wanted to get away from altitude and ended up much higher than we have ever been before. Along the way we crossed a border without border crossing facilities, dealt with some awful road conditions, drove some surprisingly good...
It’s a pity, but pretty Sucre didn’t wow us

It’s a pity, but pretty Sucre didn’t wow us

When we learned that Sucre, the official capital of Bolivia, is a World Heritage City we got all excited. We were given a Lonely Planet (not the guidebook of our choice) and it states “Sucre is Bolivia’s most beautiful city”. So you can imagine that our...
wieder in argentiniens norden / oktober 2016

wieder in argentiniens norden / oktober 2016

erneut in yavi besuchten wir die fiesta de la virgen de rosario. im gegensatz zu den umzügen in bolivien war es deutlich ruhiger und alkoholärmer. statt einer blaskapelle gab es einen gartenschlauchbläser. an der ausgetrockneten laguna colorada gab es felszeichnungen...
Durch den wilden Westen ins Pantanal (Teil 2)

Durch den wilden Westen ins Pantanal (Teil 2)

      Manaus – Humaita – Porto Velho – Riberalto (Bolivien) – Porto Velho – Ariquemes – Ji Parana – Pocone – Porto Jofre – Cuiaba – Campo Grande – Corumba – Bonito Zurück in Porto Velho der Hauptstadt des Bundesstaates Rondonia am  Rio...